On August 10, Malin Oud participated in Swedish Radio’s China correspondent Hanna Sahlberg’s program on forced confessions, propaganda and Swedish prisoners in China. Listen to the program here (in Swedish).
For the fourth year in a row, Tracktwo co-organised a “China Day” during Almedalen Week. Almedalen Week is Sweden’s most important political forum and takes place every year in July in Visby on Gotland island. During the China Day in 2016, the topics discussed included. For more information, please visit our Facebook page.
Malin Oud moderated a panel on “Predicting China” at the 6th annual conference of the East Asian Peace program at Uppsala University on June 15. Here’s a short film about the research program, “East Asia’s surprising peace”.
On May 23, Malin Oud talked at a seminar on China under Xi Jinping organised by the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (Utrikespolitiska Institutet). Watch the seminar here.
On May 11, Sweden-China Trade Council hosted a breakfast meeting with China Labour Bulletin’s founder and director, Han Dongfang, and deputy director, Shawn Shieh. Organised within the framework of SCTC’s Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Business. discussions were held on the Chinese labour movement, the rise in strikes and labour disputes in China, and the […]